Nigerian Navy Set To Start Training For Batch B 2020 Recruitment

Nigerian Navy Set To Start Training For Batch B 2020 Recruitment

The Nigeria Navy is set to kick start training for Batch B 2020 recruitment after informing all the successful candidates that passed their interview which was held in April 2021 to report for training at Nigerian Navy Basic Training School Onne, Port Harcourt on Saturday 8 January 2022.

You may also want to read Nigerian Navy Reference Hospitals Internship Programme 2021 – Apply Here

About The Nigerian Navy

The Nigerian Navy (NN) is a branch of the Nigerian Armed Forces. The Nigerian Navy is among the largest Navies on the African continent, consisting of several thousand personnel, including those of the Coast Guard.

The Nigerian Navy owes its origin to the Nigerian Marine. Formed in 1914 after the amalgamation of the then Northern and Southern Nigeria, the Nigerian Marine (as it became known after 1914) was a quasi-military organization.

Materials To Come Along With

Candidates have been urged  to come along with the following:

1. NIN print-out slip.

2. Negative COVID-19 test result carried out not later than 48 hours from the date of reporting.

3. COVID-19 vaccination card.

4. Original and photocopies of credentials.

5. BVN printout.

6. Two (2) navy blue PT shorts.

7. Two (2) white round neck vests.

8. One pair of white canvas.

9. One pair of brown canvas.

10. Two pairs of black trousers.

11. Two (2) white long sleeve shirts.

12. Two (2) black ties.

13. One pair of black shoes.

14. Three (3) pairs of white long socks.

15. One pair of national dress.

16. One set of cutleries.

You may also want to read How To Apply For CBN Creative Industry Financing Initiative (CFI) Loan

Note: For those who can not remember the Nigeria Navy Interview schedule, please click the link below: Nigerian Navy List of Successful Candidates for the Basic Training School Batches 31 And 32. Any candidate who fails to report 5 days after Saturday 8 January 2022 will not be accepted for training.

By Okpara Kenneth

https://www.flippstack.com

Leave a Reply